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Description

Taxonomy Dynamic Site Structure uses taxonomy terms to create a flexible and dynamic site structure, or outline.

The outline is created by checking all nodes for taxonomy terms. If a node has both the Articles and the Gadgets, your site will have both Home > Articles > Gadgets and Home > Gadgets > Articles depending on your point of view. Now, if a taxonomy term has no nodes associated with it, no sub-items will be created for that term in your outline.

Take a site with the following taxonomy vocabularies and terms:

  • Content Types
    • Articles
    • Audio
    • Video
  • Topics
    • Digital Cameras
    • Cellphones
    • Gadgets

Now, if for instance, you wanted browse the site by content types, your site's outline would look like the following list.

  • Articles
    • Digital Cameras
    • Cellphones
    • Gadgets
  • Audio
    • Gadgets
  • Video
    • Cellphones
    • Gadgets

Note that in the above outline we're missing Home > Audio > Digital Cameras and Home > Audio > Cellphones, and Home > Video > Digital Cameras. This is because there are, in the last instance, no nodes with both the Video and the Digital Cameras terms.

Now, if we want to browse the site by Topic instead, our site structure would look as follows:

  • Digital Cameras
    • Articles
  • Cellphones
    • Articles
    • Video
  • Gadgets
    • Articles
    • Audio
    • Video

Credits

Authored and maintained by Balarama Bosch (moonray)
Sponsored by Krishna.com

Project information

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    The current maintainers are looking for new people to take ownership.
  • Module categories: Taxonomy
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